Kubica given five week ultimatum
PR dla Zagranicy
F1 driver Robert Kubica, badly injured in a rally crash in Italy last February, has been given five weeks to make a decision on whether to return to racing next season.
“I cannot afford to lose Robert, but on the other hand I have to think of the interests of the whole team,” head of the Lotus-Renault team Eric Boullier said at the weekend.
Boullier said that when Kubica does return to the track following several operations on injured hands, arms and leg after the crash over half a year ago, he will struggle to retain the form he had before the accident.
“Coming back after a year out is always difficult, especially with those injuries, Boullier said.
Bruno Senna is currently deputising for Kubica at Renault. (pg)